Sex Drive

Theatrical Release: October 17, 2008
Sex Drive


Eighteen-year-old Ian Lafferty sets out on a cross country drive with his best friends Lance and Felicia in order to lose his virginity to a red-hot babe he met on the Internet. But the journey, filled with hilarious misadventures and raunchy escapades, teaches all three more than they expected about life and love. Randy, raucous and unexpectedly romantic, Sex Drive follows three friends on the road trip of a lifetime!.

Dove Review

Casual Sex. This is basically what the film is about. And a lot of examples are shown on screen, either with scenes which come to the edge of being graphic, or with strong innuendo. There is nudity in the film too. This one is obviously made to stir up the hormones of teenagers and young adults. It is unfortunate that the movie is irresponsible, not taking a serious look at the results of quickly made decisions which have lasting consequences.

The language is strong too, with a lot of it. Oh, and a lot of drinking too. This is not one, by any means, for the family. We cannot award our Dove Seal to this film.

Content Description

Sex: A few scenes where oral sex is strongly implied including a scene in which a woman is seen moving her head; sexual lyrics in a few songs; strong comments or innuendos regarding sex; passionate kissing; a character does pelvic thrust.
Language: Too many profanities to count, including biblical profanity (GD and J); sexual slang for both male and female, name calling.
Violence: Food is thrown at car and character swerves off road; a character is hit in face with a radiator cap; a tire iron is seen in a police car's windshield; a man is shot and kicked in the leg; a man points a gun at another man.
Drugs: Several scenes of smoking including cigarettes and cigars: scenes of drinking with beer and wine; a drug website is seen called "High Life".
Nudity: Partial rear male nudity; woman seen in bra and panties; man seen running in underwear and t-shirt; total rear male nudity; breasts exposed; shirtless men; cleavage.
Other: Bad attitudes; a man urinates; a character is seen vomiting; comments about a "queer" and "faggot".


Company: Summit Entertainment
Writer: Sean Anders and John Morris
Director: Sean Anders
Producer: Bob Levy
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 106 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter